Lateral Aircraft Separations Reduced In North Atlantic Ocean

Credit: UK NATS
Lateral separations between aircraft flying in North Atlantic Ocean airspace have been reduced through the use of space-based automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) for near real-time aircraft monitoring, UK NATS announced Oct. 25. The minimum lateral or “wing tip to wing tip” separation...

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